We grow by studying, learning, teaching and fellowship. We grow and help our congregation and friends become true disciples of Jesus Christ by building relationships with them, being examples for them and teaching them God’s Word.

How will you GROW?

Sunday School Classes

Age-Groups  - Nursery - Adults

Nursery/Toddlers (Nursery Room 5)
Preschool - 5th Grade (Rooms 6-8)
Jr. High - 6th through 8th Grade (Room 9)
High School - 9th through 12th Grade (Room 10)
Friendship Class - Friendship Room
Adults - Session Room

Deacons' Care Groups

A Deacon at SPC is a member of the congregation who has been elected by the congregation for a 3-year term to be on the Board of Deacons. Ordained deacons are called to a ministry of “compassion, witness, and service, sharing in the redeeming love of Jesus Christ for the poor, the hungry, the sick, the lost, the friendless, the oppressed, those burdened by unjust policies or structures, or anyone in distress" (PC(USA) Book of Order G-2.0201). Additionally, Deacons support the members of SPC through responsibility for a Deacon Care Group. 

As a member of Shallotte Presbyterian Church, you are enfolded into a Deacon Care Group. Your Group's Deacon is a good point of contact to gain or share information about the life of the church. If you would like to know more about your Care Group, contact your Deacon or the church office.

Presbyterian Women

Who are Presbyterian Women and What's Our Purpose?

Everything we do as an organization and as a community is guided by our PW Purpose, and that includes ministry, resources and relationships. Anyone who supports the Purpose in any way is participating in Presbyterian Women. So even if you’re just learning about Presbyterian Women, there’s a good chance you’re already supporting Presbyterian Women—in spirit or in action! Won’t you consider joining us in person? We meet from September through May on the 2nd Wednesday of the month @ 10:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall.

The PW Purpose

Forgiven and freed by God in Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves

  • to nurture our faith through prayer and Bible study,
  • to support the mission of the church worldwide,
  • to work for justice and peace, and
  • to build an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and witnesses to the promise of God’s kingdom.

Presbyterian Women are aligned under a shared Purpose, but the gifts of the Spirit allow us to live into the Purpose in our own, unique ways. Some individuals or groups find themselves particularly drawn to one or two points of the Purpose. Other groups or individuals consciously work toward fulfilling all points. There are many faithful ways to live out the PW Purpose!

More resources are available to help you and our PW group support the mission and ministry of Presbyterian Women.

More about PW

Our PW Bible Study for 2022-2023

SPC's Presbyterian Women will be studying: Celebrating Sabbath: Accepting God’s Gift of Rest and Delight this year. Come and join us! The booklet will be available at the first meeting on the 2nd Wednesday in September. More about what we will study by Carol M. Bechtel:

"Welcome to the 2022–2023 Presbyterian Women/Horizons Bible study, Celebrating Sabbath: Accepting God’s Gift of Rest and Delight.

In the nine lessons of this Bible study—with passages from Genesis, Exodus, Deuteronomy, Isaiah, Matthew, Luke, and Acts —we’ll consider Sabbath

  • as a celebration, not a day of dreary formality
  • as God’s intent for all of creation that includes busy women too
  • as one day of the week, perhaps a Sunday
  • as a time to surrender unhealthy striving and frantic busyness, and instead trust that God will provide
  • as a reminder that life is precious and working too much is against God’s plans for our precious lives
  • as a day devoted to community and justice and not exclusively to self-care.

Ultimately, Sabbath reminds us to honor God who honors us by giving us a day each week to reset our pace, our priorities, and our lives."

Found at: Celebrating Sabbath where you can find more about this Bible Study.


Sunday Funday

Sunday Fundays for Youth are held after the 11:00 Worship on the second Sunday of the month. Activities might include games, crafts, lessons, or a service project such as packing food bags or Christmas shoe boxes. Usually there will be a snack or small lunch. All Youth are invited to attend.


Self study using the Lectionary

For your own Bible study at home - follow this link to the Presbyterian Mission Agency's website to find daily readings from the Book of Common Worship and Sunday Bible readings from the Revised Common Lectionary.